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  1. #1
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    Marta SL with CODA rotor?

    i have a 2000 F2000 SL volvo cannondale team bike, and it has coda disc brakes on it. im switching to a marta SL, but would like to keep my wheelset. my current wheelset is 4 hole, and of course the marta is 6 hole. i was wondering if i could keep my current wheelset and run the coda rotor. as long as it doesnt rub the outer body of the marta caliper, i dont see any reason i cant.

    can anyone help me out?

    if this wont work, i was going to laser cut some custom 4 hole rotors like the marta SL's, but only with 4 holes. make them out of Ti or 400 series stainless.

    please help, thanks

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    Aug 2004
    as long as the rotor is 160mm and the brake surface is close to the same ist fine.The marta rotor is 2.0mm wide a lot of other rotors are 1.8 mm wide you need to replace the pads a little earlier if you use a thinner rotor to prevent the pistons from coming out too far.

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